From Nomad to 3D print

I want to show a test print for a range of miniatures at 6mm, 10mm and 25mm. All sculpted in Nomad.
The results are so good from my humble perspective and Nomad is the perfect companion.
Now time to adjust proportions and details :sweat_smile: and improve sculpt skills.





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Amazing! When I was interested in 3D printing only very expensive machines were able to produce this quality. It really became affordable and the details are fantastic. Good job!

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Thanks @knacki , today the possibilities are endless.

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A new little project for a friend. Frikiman is the character of their shop and is designed by itself. He asked me if we can convert the big figure to a 3d to create the Frikiman miniature to tabletop games.

This is a prototype, boots and gloves need be improved.




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This is so cool !

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Thanks @Genko3D :smiley: Now I want make alternatives heads

Hi , how did you 3d print with nomad sculpt.? Did you have to convert the file to CAD?

Export as STL

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Getting to a 3D printed object happens in 3 steps.

A SCULPTING (Nomad, ZBrush) or CAD (Fusion, SolidWorks, Rhino3D) program exports target model to a ubiquitous mesh file like STL or OBJ.

For RESIN Printing, the mesh file is brought into a slicer program for prep. ChituBox, Lychee, PrusaSlicer, PreForm are examples. Some serving a wide range of machines, some are proprietary. The purpose of THIS stage is to generate (often required) supports followed by creating SLICED images of the object. ChituBox for example, will bundle these images into a .CBDDLP file required by Elegoo machines or a .PWMO required by Anycubic machines.

The sliced file is finally fed into its respective resin machine where each sliced image is printed as a stacked layer to create the physical object.

Some example images going from Nomad to print in this thread:

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